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"No woman could live through an
experience of that kind without it
leaving some impress" on her face as
well as her character."
Impulsively he turned toward
(To Be Continued.)
DEATH OF KITCHENER BOOMS
- RECRUITING IN LONDON
London, June 7. Marked stimulus
to recruiting today last day under
the voluntary group system, and gen
eral demand for internment of all
enemy aliens in Great Britain, re
gardless of age, sex or naturaliza-'
tion are immediate results of death
of Lord Kitchener.
There is possibility of political
struggle in background concerning
appointment of his successor Some
believe post should go to a civilian,
while others favor appointment of
miMtary man, preferably Sir William
Robertson, chief of staff. He could
not serve as sec'y of state for war
without being" raised to the perage
or occupying a seat in the house of
London; Premier Asquith has
taken charge ot war office tempora
rily, it was announced today. v
BRUCE SAYS ELEVATED MEN
DID NOT MARCH
The Herald, in its story of the
Preparedness parade Saturday, re
lated how 500 employes of the "L"
roads marched in the parade along
side of their bosses, all of them
dressed in spick and span new uni
forms. According to John Bruce, head of
the Elevate'd Employes' union, the
members of his union did not march!
"When the parade was first planned
they passed a' resolution against it
and the men refused to march.
CREATORE AT FOREST PARK
Giuseppe Creatore and his famous
band of 50 musicians opened at For
est park Sunday, June 4. Over 10,-1
000 people gathered in the garden in
front of the band shell to welcome
the great Italian and his superb or
ganization. ' Worthy of note in the park this
season is the giant coaster or chase
through the clouds, the pneumatic
tube, grand canyon and leap the
The Casino restaurant is offering,
commencing this week, famous Cor
dia orchestra and entertainers.
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SUFFRACETS SAY RAIN WON'T
STOP THEIR PARADE
Ram won't stop the suffrage pa
rade today. 30,000 women will mo
bilize in Grant Park this afternoqn
and if the weather man still delivers
showers they will wear raincoats and
goloshes and march eight abreast so
that they can carry umbrellas.
At 4 o'clock the women will fall in
line behind the chief of police and
a special platoon, including the po
licewomen of Chicago.
The resolution adopted at yester
dav's meetine callinsr on the Repub
lican party to insert a suffrage plank
in its platform will be carried on the
Divisions will follow of women in
states that have suffrage and wom
en where suffrage is still ungranted
will be in the second division.
Line of march: Grant park at Van
Buren, north on Michigan to Ran
dolph, south on Michigan to 14th and
16th sts. numbered divisions tak
ing the former, odd-numbered the
latter to Coliseum on Wabash av.
Politicians representing every
party went before the Women's party
last night in the crowded Blackstone
theater, and, when they had finished
delivering speeches of affection and
promises, they were ruthlessly assail
ed as hypocrites in a speech by Mrs.
them write and caused Mrs. O. H.
them writeh and caused Mrs. O. H.
P. Belmont to pledge a fund of $500,--000
to the. cause after Mrs. Blatch
had pledged 500,000 votes to the
party that gave women suffrage.